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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cloudbuy Plc LSE:CBUY London Ordinary Share GB00B09Y8Y28 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.15 0.10 0.20 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.1 -2.3 1.7 0.1 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2020
10:52
There is a 0% chance of a turnaround. Why gamble on 1%. Stick your cash in the building society.
jonc
22/1/2020
10:49
Dear All...by saving circa £400k pa (from Duncans going, Gibbon taking a cut in salary plus general redundancies implemented, Cloudbuy can easily afford to 1. Pay Nomad 2. Continue operating for some 12-14 months based on estimated reduced monthly cash burn even if NO new business won with PHBChoices or anyone else. It’s just possible (anything is) that 2020 will see an uptick in PHB contracts won, Sella will not call in loans in April of 2021, may even inject more ££ to protect his money already spent...IMO, maths about “7m shares needed to outvote Sella (and board)” is wrong...there are according to info in public arena 3 large holders with about 8m shares each. It’s prudent to assume they’ll vote with board. Based on rough calculations, it will take about 7% MORE votes (9%) against delisting and other resolutions to win and stay listed. What I’m saying is, EVERY VOTE will be needed.It seems others have now caught on that delisting means NO market for shares, and so it would be irrelevant HOW well Cloudbuy does or doesn’t do going forward. Add in fact that all shares held in SIPPs would be dead once delisted (they must stay IN SIPP AND CANNOT BE SOLD due to pension/trustee rules), and that all shares held in ISAs would lose tax wrapper if delisted so even if company ever re-listed (which it would only do if business good thus at a higher price), any gains would be hit by up to 28% CGT. And only £20k (currently) could be re-ISA’d annually.If company re-listed because doing much better, share price would be way higher and therefore £20k pa could be restrictive. Apologies for long post, but it’s last-chance saloon here now.Am returning to UK today but have already voted against all resolutions. To do otherwise is IMO just for ever throwing your investment away. Why do that if there’s even a 1% chance of turnaround? Those who have missed proxy votes deadline (yesterday 12 midday), please head to Aldermaston on Monday armed with any forms (??) you need (check with company if unsure?)...Good luck all.
interestedparty8
22/1/2020
10:35
George? I want to learn.
jonc
22/1/2020
10:17
George??? Just brief bullet points will do if you are busy.
jonc
22/1/2020
10:04
Yes but apart from that it's really great.
kemche
22/1/2020
10:03
The latest trading update says: -- the company strategy has been to focus on PHBChoices, this has not performed as expected and the resulting shortfall in revenue means that further significant cost reductions are required: WTF is encouraging about that? Tell us.
jonc
22/1/2020
09:56
You are far too astute for my tiny brain.
kemche
22/1/2020
09:53
Going by your logic theres 10m or so shares readily available, why would mm’s lift the price from 0.35 (where buyers were more than happy to buy decent volume). Instead a few buys down there and they take this up, thats what meant by not offering up stock which as you allude to, should be there to be bought up.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
09:49
Yep those same directors who were ‘going to vote in favour’ of delisting. Not anymore they’re not. 2+2 = Math is hard.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
09:42
Oh my giddy aunt. Mm's not offering stock??? Try the directors. I believe they were!
kemche
22/1/2020
09:32
Left holding the baby? LOL Loans aren’t due for over a year. Yes the nomad would go if not paid, well done for figuring that out. To outvote Sella there has to be around 7m votes against, rest assured these have been made. You pay your money though and take your chances, this is aim. Maybe look towards the recent trading update and realise what is going on here and why they want to take it private, its quite the opposite of ‘running out of cash’. Not long to wait now, lets see who’s right. Mm’s aren’t offering much stock down here.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
09:22
First Sella doewn't need to get the Company to go private, when he calls in the loans and the Company cannot pay (which they will never be able to do!) the Company is his anyway. The BoD need it to go private as they can keep drawing a salary under the cloak of darkness, if it remains listed it cannot afford the listing costs and I suspect the NOMAD will be the first to go if not paid. The argument that they won't get 75% of the shareholders voting is vacuous as they only need 75% of the voted shares to vote for them and no matter what the trading vultures on twitter try and say, their trading shares won't be enough to change things. Whichever way it goes it is dead, go private and you won't have a tradable holding unless you can find someone, stay listed and can't afford the costs so gets delisted anyway. I think the BoD reckon it is better for them to do the former, other shareholders are really rogered whatever the outcome. Can't wait to see which ones whine at the end of it all that they got left holding the baby....You had been warned!
troutisout
22/1/2020
09:22
Judging by your utter stupidity I'll carry on as j am.
jonc
22/1/2020
09:17
Judging by your posting history i’d rather carry on doing what im doing thanks.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
09:16
We know. There is no doubt about it. You buy if you like but you might as well set fire to a bundle of twenty pound notes.
jonc
22/1/2020
09:14
We’ll see.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
09:13
Not in this case.
jonc
22/1/2020
09:12
One mans trash is another mans treasure.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
09:06
If you say so, Russian roulette is a good example. For those in the know and current prices, i would say yes with 1 in the chamber and thats made of plastic too. Understand this may be risky for some but for others its an easy 150-200% from 0.35p levels. Time will prove one of us right, view my previous comments and you’ll see i’ve been right before and i will be again.
biggeorge54
22/1/2020
07:33
Buying these is like playing Russian roulette with six bullets in the barrel.
jonc
22/1/2020
03:53
Some very intelligent comments there. Makes eminent sense.
kemche
22/1/2020
01:49
This wont go through, resolution wont get over 75% as needed to take private. Shares are the cheapest they’ll ever be. Once the vote is confirmed then shares will have to be bought on open market. Gap to fill at 0.90 and it’ll get there quickly
biggeorge54
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